The Young Widow: Or, the History of Cornelia Sedley, in a Series of Letters, Volume 2

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G., G.J. and J. Robinson, 1789

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Page 141 - But soft ye now — for here comes one, disclaims Strife and her wrangling train ; of equal elements, Without one jarring atom was she form'd, And gentleness and joy make up her being. Enter JANE SHORE. Forgive me, fair one, if officious friendship Intrudes on your repose, and comes thus late To greet you with the tidings of success. The princely Gloster has...

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